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PRESERVATION AND INVENTORY REPORT 



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i. PRESERVATION REPORT 
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE 

PRESERVATION OF ARTIFACTS 

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 



Under the supervision of Voorsanger and Associates Architects, PC, Art Preservation Services has 
provided consultation services regarding environmental and conservation requirements for the preservation 
of the World Trade Center artifacts. Art Preservation Services is a firm specializing in the preservation of 
museum and other historically significant artifacts, and has consulted on many major projects including the 
Star-Spangled Banner for the Smithsonian Institution and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. 

A key factor in these recommendations is the temporary nature of the storage facility and the need to find a 
proper balance between cost and benefit in terms of how the World Trade Center artifacts should be 
preserved during their time in storage. 

The principle recommendations of this report are summarized below. 



GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS 



The immediate goal is to handle and locate the WTC artifacts in such a manner that will stabilize their 
current condition, and to do as little as possible that will compromise them with regard to how they will be 
used and interpreted in the future. 

DECONTAMINATION 



To ensure that the dual requirements of preservation and decontamination are not in conflict, interaction 
between the Port Authority's decontamination specialists and a conservation consultant is essential for all 
objects requiring special consideration, i.e. all vehicles, select steel beams (some of the trident beams), and 
other items as noted in the Voorsanger Report. A trained paper conservator who is familiar with the 
treatment of asbestos contaminated materials should undertake any abatement treatment of extremely 
sensitive artifacts. 

STORAGE 

It is essential to provide some level of environmental protection for all the artifacts stored within Hangar 17. 
Covers on individual artifacts will protect these objects from some problems such as dirt and bird 
excrement. However, without the capability of maintaining a relative humidity level below 55% throughout 
the year, the objects will sustain an unacceptable and irreparable level of damage. The most practical 
solution is to build a protective shelter within Hangar 17. Objects requiring precise climate control beyond 
what can be achieved within such a shelter, such as paper and other small fragile artifacts, should be 
stored in a separate archival facility. 

HANDLING 

The Voorsanger Report has selected a number of objects requiring special handling considerations. Key 
team members will review these designated artifacts to determine procedures for how these objects should 
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CONSERVATION 

An initial conservation survey is required to assess current condition and to determine the need for 
immediate stabilization treatment. Follow-up inspection and maintenance must be undertaken during the 
time that the objects remain in storage. 

CURATORIAL ACTIVITIES 

Some level of curatorial activity should be initiated as soon as possible, focusing on the stories and 
contextual history of the salvaged objects. 

LOAN POLICY 

A number of artifacts should be pre-selected and designated as items for loan, based on the potential 
interest of these artifacts as loan objects and the stability of their condition relative to how and where they 
will be lent. These artifacts should be stored in Hangar 17 in a location where they can be easily viewed 
and accessed. A list of potential loan items can be provided upon request in response for legitimate 
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DECONTAMINATION 



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Decontamination is somewhat at odds with the goal of stabilization and minimum intervention since 
decontamination may result in the removal of some of the object's historical features. Specifically, removal 
of or damage to any of the graffiti from the Last Column, or removal of scorched debris within some of the 
vehicles would cause irreparable damage to powerful emotional evidence of what took place on 9/11. If 
some of this evidence is lost, the interpretive value of these objects is compromised. 

In order to minimize or eliminate the risk of potential damage during the decontamination process, a IS 

conservator has been working closely with specialists doing the decontamination work. For the majority of 

salvaged WTC materials, i.e. most of the steel beams, decontamination represents no risk and is (£ 

proceeding. For the objects that do require special consideration, the conservator and decontamination 

specialists are working together to develop a treatment protocol that satisfies decontamination and % 

preservation requirements. Individual objects that may require decontamination and do require conservation 

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The Last Column: This object has been decontaminated. Because of the unique importance and M 

fragility of the graffiti and applied images on the column's surface, a very high level of collaboration 

between the conservator (Weintraub) and the decontamination team was essential. As the first f| 

major object treated, it provides a basis of understanding on how to proceed with decontamination 

of the other materials. 

Steel Beams And Other Steel Structural Elements: For the most part, these objects can be 

decontaminated utilizing those means and methods determined by the decontamination specialists. 

The few concerns, involving a number of "trident beams", are noted in the Voorsanger Report and 

discussed in Section II of this report. 

Vehicles: These salvaged objects represent a wide range of condition and level of risk of damage 

as a result of the decontamination process. The unique requirements of each vehicle necessitate 

that a conservator work closely with the decontamination specialists on the best approach to 

decontamination. This follows the protocol established for the last column, including some amount 

of on-site inspection time during the decontamination procedure. 

Other Three Dimensional Objects: Almost all of the other 3-dimensional objects can be treated 

without conservation input. 

Paper Materials: The critical question is whether there is any necessity for decontaminating fragile, 

paper-based materials at this time. If there is a question of risk, it is critical that the presence of 

asbestos be confirmed prior to any treatment in order to understand the level of risk. 

Decontamination treatment of such items should be deferred until their condition is assessed. If, #f 

based on a conservation condition survey, no immediate conservation treatment is indicated, there 

is no compelling reason to decontaminate paper-based materials at this time since these materials fE 

can be safely stored in boxes where the risk of air-born contamination is eliminated. In sum, the 

most immediate question to be resolved involves the level of caution and protection required to £g 

handle and examine these materials. 

Random dust samples associated with the "dirtiest" paper-based materials should be tested for 

asbestos. If the tests are positive, further classification of risk through additional testing, separation 

of items by risk (probably based on level of associated contaminated dust), and other cautionary 

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If some level of immediate decontamination and conservation treatment is required, a paper 
conservator should carry out all treatment work, including decontamination. 

RECOMMENDATION 

To ensure that the dual requirements of preservation and decontamination are not in conflict, interaction 
between the Port Authority's decontamination specialists and a conservation consultant is essential for all 
objects requiring special consideration, i.e. all vehicles, select steel beams (some of the trident beams), and 
other items as noted in the Voorsanger Report. A trained paper conservator who is familiar with the 
treatment of asbestos contaminated materials should undertake any abatement treatment of extremely 
sensitive artifacts. 



STORAGE 

From discussions with the PA and its consultants, the understanding is that many of the WTC artifacts will 
be stored in Hangar 1 7 for approximately five years, based on the probable time frame required for 
constructing an appropriate museum on or near ground zero. It is essential to create environmental 
conditions for the storage of these artifacts that will assure their long-term preservation. 

If the time in storage is limited to five years, a tightly controlled climate is not essential for the following 
reasons. 

Since these artifacts are not "fine art 1 ' materials, or objects in pristine condition where any level of 
change in condition should be avoided, there is some level of tolerance for further deterioration. 
If some slight change in condition takes place because of less than ideal environmental conditions, 
it should not cause irreparable harm to the interpretive value of the object. 
However, without some moderate level of environmental protection, excessive rusting, loss of 
painted surfaces, etc. will result in an unacceptable level of damage. 

Listed below are the environmental risks of greatest concern. Although other environmental factors, 
especially temperature, are of concern, the extent of damage over five years is not as great for such factors 
compared to the ones listed here: 

Birds: It is evident that birds are a problem within the Hangar. Since bird excrement is highly 
acidic, it is very corrosive. The surest way of protecting objects from birds is the use of protective 
covering for all objects 

Dirt and Gaseous Pollutants: Because of the location at an airport site, and within close proximity 
of the bay, the air is rich in particularly harmful pollutants such as chlorides and sulfurous 
compounds that are known to be very corrosive, especially to unprotected steel. It is essential to 
protect the materials from both gaseous pollutants and contaminated particulate. Since the hangar 
is not well sealed, it is likely that there will be significant infiltration of these pollutants. There is also 
a concern about the use of the other half of Hangar 1 7 for the storage of airport maintenance 
vehicles. The pollution associated with the operation of these vehicles is highly corrosive. For these 
reasons, some level of isolation from dust and particulate matter is essential over the 5-year period 
of storage. 

- Contact with Water and Formation of Dew: All artifacts should be protected from direct contact 
with water, as well as water leakage from the roof. In addition, water condensation on surfaces from 
dew must be avoided. In an unheated space, dew formation is a problem. Condensation occurs 
when the air is at a high relative humidity and the surface of the object becomes colder than the 



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dew point of the air. In order to avoid dew formation, the artifacts should be maintained at a slightly 
higher temperature than outdoor air during periods of high RH and cool temperatures. 

In the past, an on-site boiler heated Hangar 17 utilizing a large number of fan coil 
blower units located throughout the hangar. Most of the air handlers were removed 
from the side containing the WTC artifacts, although the piping is still in place. 
Recently, Hangar 17 5 s boiler room was abated, and the boiler is supposed be 
operating this winter to supply heat to the opposite side of the hangar, which will 
house airport maintenance vehicles. It is critical that some level of heating should 
be provided to the WTC storage area. Since the Hangar is not well insulated, it 
would be more efficient if the WTC objects are stored within an enclosure within 
the Hangar, preferably with some level of thermal insulation, in which heat is 
supplied through fan coil blower packs. Since even temperature distribution is not 
essential, there is no need for extensive ductwork. To prevent stratification, it may 
be advisable to install large warehouse ceiling fans. 

High Relative Humidity: Prolonged exposure to high relative humidity (above 55% RH) will 
accelerate the formation of rust. Already, many of the steel structural elements have a thin covering 
of rust on exposed surfaces. In order to protect all artifacts, it will be necessary to place everything 
in an environment that is protected by: 

o Heating the space to raise space temperature in order to reduce space relative humidity 
during cold weather conditions, 

o Through the use of dehumidification equipment to reduce moisture in the air. 

In either case, given the size, leakage and lack of insulation in Hangar 17, very 
large capacity equipment would be required to condition the entire hangar 
Alternatively, constructing a smaller sealed space built within the hangar could 
isolate the artifacts. If heated to control RH, the space would require some level of 
thermal insulation. If dehumidified, the space would require a well-sealed moisture 
barrier. The most cost-effective way to provide environmental control within this 
temporary storage space is through the installation of a series of well-sealed tents 
(see Appendix). 

Relative risk to objects must be weighed against cost of protection. In the case of bird droppings and dust, 

Simple plastic coverings are sufficient. Protection against dew formation would require the capacity to 

maintain a slightly elevated temperature for all artifacts during certain weather conditions. Maintenance of a 

relative humidity below 55% will require the isolation of artifacts from general environmental conditions 

within the hangar, and the use of specialized equipment for additional heat or moisture removal. Without 

some means of avoiding exposure to a high relative humidity, many of the artifacts will sustain an f^ 

unacceptable level of damage over the period of five years in storage. 

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Because of the relatively high cost of protection, it may be necessary to select out certain types of artifacts 

for protection and accept a higher degree of risk to other materials. For example, if it is impossible to f)^ 

provide adequate protection for all artifacts, some form of enhanced protection should be provided for 

objects at special risk, or of special concern, such as the vehicles. Since the vehicles take up a much 

smaller amount of floor space, selective artifact protection is an option for minimizing cost and potential 

deterioration to key artifacts. 

Extremely fragile materials, such as the paper artifacts, will require a more controlled environment then 
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difficult to maintain precise climate control conditions anywhere in Hangar 17, especially if an experienced 
museum specialist does not regularly occupy the space. It would be safer and more cost-efficient to locate 
these highly moisture sensitive artifacts in a properly controlled, secured archival space. If the Port 
Authority has or is in the process of developing such a space for other archival materials, the WTC 
materials should be stored in this space as well. If no such space is available through the Port Authority, 
and no other archival space is available, then a proper space must be provided. Again, because of security 
and maintenance issues, a decision needs to be made concerning the benefit of locating this space within 
Hangar 17, or in another, more controllable and secured space. 

RECOMMENDATION 

It is essential to provide some level of environmental protection for all the artifacts stored within Hangar 17. 
Covers on individual artifacts will protect these objects from some problems such as dirt and bird 
excrement. However, without the capability of maintaining a relative humidity level below 55% throughout 
the year, the objects will sustain an unacceptable and irreparable level of damage. The most practical 
solution is to build a protective shelter within Hangar 17. Objects requiring precise climate control beyond 
what can be achieved within such a shelter, such as paper and other small fragile artifacts, should be 
stored in a separate archival facility. 

HANDLING 

Some of the objects, particularly the vehicles, are in bad condition and will be further damaged if they are 
not properly handled. Objects requiring special handling considerations or pallets are designated in the 
Voorsanger Report. Handling involves two types of concerns. 

- Movement: "At risk" artifacts, such as many of the vehicles, should be moved into the Hangar with 
great care so as to avoid further damage. As each artifact will present unique complications and 
requirements it is advised that key team members meet to determine procedures for handling, 
decontamination, placement within the hanger and to coordinate the tasks. 

- Storage: While in storage, all artifacts should be placed off the floor in order to protect against water 
damage. All vehicles should be stored so that the weight is taken off the tires. Fragile objects that 
are at significant risk of damage when moved, such as the badly rusted and crushed cars, should 
be palletized. Once in the hangar, any further movement of these artifacts should be avoided until 
they are permanently removed from storage. The placement of these artifacts should take into 
account how they will be accessed and moved in the future. 



Prior to moving objects into the hangar, a team of specialists, consisting of representatives from the PA, the 
architect's office, the conservation consultant, and the contractors who will undertake the movement and 
treatment of the artifacts must meet on site to discuss means and methods for how each of the specially 
designated objects will be moved and stored in place. At that time, the following requirements regarding the 
safest way to lift and transport each object will be determined: 

- Placement and removal of the object from the flat bed truck to minimize damage 
Need for the object to be palletized 

- Special handling issues for designated objects 

- Storage, requirements of the vehicles i.e. how they will be jacked up and supported to take the 
weight off the tires and weak points of the chassis 

These decisions will be written up as a protocol for how these specially designated artifacts should be 
handled, moved and stored, which will be of benefit for future moves in relation to loan requests or 
movement to their final location. 



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The Voorsanger Report has selected a number of objects requiring special handling considerations. Key 
team members will review these designated artifacts to determine procedures for how these objects should 
be handled and stored. 

CONSERVATION 

Very few of the salvaged WTC artifacts require conservation treatment at this time. However, conservation 
means more than just treatment. 

Conservation consists of four steps: 

Survey 
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Periodic-Inspection 

Maintenance 

The Survey 

A conservation survey consists of a systematic examination of each object, resulting in a written description 
of an artifact's condition and supplemented, as necessary, by photo documentation. A good conservation 
survey should identify existing damage and provide information regarding the need for stabilization or other 
forms of conservation treatment (depending on how an artifact will be exhibited or used), and should 
describe unusual considerations such as special handling requirements. The most critical factor is the need 
to focus on how to prevent future damage. 

The catalogue work completed by Voorsanger Associates Architects is an important initial step in the 

survey process. This must be followed up by a more detailed survey of artifacts by a conservator. The level 

of fragility and risk to the object should determine the extent of detail required per object. For example, 

unique and very fragile items such as the Last Column will require an extensive survey while other items 

such as most of the structural steel elements will require very little further documentation. All paper-based 

materials will require a relatively careful survey. Information from the general survey will form the basis of j 

the loan policy in regards to which artifacts can be loaned with minimal risk, and which are too fragile to be ™ 

moved and transported. 

Upon completion of the Voorsanger cataloging process, an estimate of the amount of detailed conservation ^ 

survey work will be determined. The survey work should take place after the objects have been moved into ** 

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As stated in the Introduction to this report, conservation treatment should be limited to artifact stabilization. * 

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above. Only artifacts that may go out on loan should be treated, as required, beyond the need for basic * 
stabilization. 

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At some future date, further conservation treatment may be required, determined by how an artifact will be _ 

interpreted and exhibited. However, the institution that ultimately assumes responsibility for an artifact ^ 

should also be responsible for decisions regarding the level of conservation treatment required. _ 

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Specific conservation concerns for the different type of artifacts will be described in an appendix. In general, 
most of the objects will require no treatment work. Certain objects, such as some of the paper-based 
materials, may require treatment. 

Periodic Inspection 

After the artifacts are placed in storage, they should be inspected on a periodic basis to assure that they 
remain in good condition. The level of environmental protection within the storage enclosure will affect the 
frequency and extent of inspection. If the artifacts are subject to extreme climatic conditions, they should be 
inspected on a regular basis (once a month during extreme conditions) to ensure the stability of the 
artifacts. If damage is noted, consideration should be given to methods for limiting further damage. 

If the objects are maintained within a fairly well controlled environment, a semi-annual program of 
inspection is sufficient. A specialist who is familiar with the condition of the artifacts should undertake the 
actual inspection. For example, if the PA hires a part-time or full-time registrar or collections manager, 
regular inspection should be within their scope of responsibility. In support of in-house inspection, there 
should be an allocation for periodic review by a conservator (for example, on an annual basis, or as 
required when problems are noted). 

In addition to a physical review of the collection, supplemented by photo documentation, as required, 
environmental monitoring of the space is essential. The environmental monitoring system should be 
designed with remote alarm capacity. The type and level of monitoring will be based on the type and extent 
of protective housing and equipment employed within Hangar 17. The registrar or collections manager 
would be responsible for collecting, reviewing and archiving environmental data 

Maintenance 

Based on the results of periodic inspections and environmental monitoring, some level of 
maintenance may be required. Maintenance refers to the physical storage space and associated 
air handling and monitoring equipment, as well as any further conservation/stabilization work on 
the collection, 

RECOMMENDATION 

An initial conservation survey is required to assess current condition and to determine the need 
for immediate stabilization treatment Follow-up inspection and maintenance must be undertaken 
during the time that the objects remain in storage. 

CURATORIAL ACTIVITIES 



Definition of curator and registrar/collections manager and activities 

The institution that takes final possession of the artifacts should assume the ultimate responsibility for 
curatorial activities. However, since this decision regarding transfer of curatorial responsibility and 
ownership may not take place for a number of years, some level of research should be initiated as soon as 
possible. Specifically, many of the artifacts such as the vehicles or the Last Column have association with 
individual stories. As years pass, it will be increasingly difficult to track down or verify such stories. Some 
level of historical research or oral history as it relates to the salvaged WTC artifacts should be undertaken 
as soon as possible while it is still possible to obtain this information. Such input will have an important 
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There are a number of specialists at other institutions involved in the collection of WTC related materials, 
including the New York State Museum and the American History Museum of the Smithsonian Institution/as 
well as the two principle New York City history museums, The New York Historical Society and The 
Museum of the City of New York. Such a specialist should be contacted regarding the best way to initiate 
and coordinate such curatorial activities. Because of the high level of interest in the events surrounding 9/1 1 
and the WTC, there are many options for how such curatorial activity can be funded. 

Professional quality photography, or specific, detailed photographs of artifacts (such as the signatures on 
the Last Column) that assist in the curatorial interpretation of the artifact, may be required to assist in this 
initial curatorial phase of activity. Supplementary photographs of artifacts, beyond those provided by 
Voorsanger & Associates, Architects, may also be useful to meet requests for information about these 
artifacts by planners, historians, or the general public. 

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Some level of curatorial activity should be initiated as soon as possible, focusing on the stories and 
contextual history of the salvaged objects. 

LOAN POLICY 

Because of the tremendous impact that 9/11 has had on all our lives, there will probably be many requests 
for loan of WTC objects, particularly when the extent of the PA's WTC Archive is made public. Decisions 
must be made about what type of artifacts may be available for loan. If no objects will be lent until the 
artifacts are permanently given to other institutions, then lending is not an issue. However, if some objects 
may be lent, it is important to take into account the condition of these artifacts and whether further treatment 
is required prior to loan. The Voorsanger Report and the recommended conservation survey will form the 
basis of the loan database. 

The loan policy must take into account both the safety and the condition of the artifact. Most of the vehicles 
may not require decontamination or stabilization treatment in storage since they are relatively stable and 
present no risk while in storage. However, if a vehicle is lent out, an entirely different standard of 
stabilization is required. This relates to issues such as whether the vehicle will be sufficiently isolated from 
the public so that it requires no further decontamination and whether the vehicle is in sufficiently sound 
condition to be moved multiple times. If not, the loan of the vehicle should not be undertaken if it 
compromises both public safety and stability of the artifact. Considerations regarding the practicality and 
cost of lending an object must also be addressed. 

Certain objects should not be loaned under any circumstances due to the fragility of the object and the risk 
of moving it. Specifically, the Last Column should not be loaned under any circumstances because of the 
very fragile condition of the surface graffiti and the attached items. Each time that the column has been 
moved, there has been surface damage to the column. The extremely high probability of further damage to 
the column when it is moved, even after the surface is stabilized through an intensive conservation effort, is 
the reason that the column should never be loaned. 

RECOMMENDATION 

A number of artifacts should be pre-selected and designated as items for loan, based on the potential 
interest of these artifacts as loan objects. The physical condition of the artifact and the conditions under 
which it will be exhibited at the borrowing institution must also be taken into account. These artifacts should 
be stored in Hangar 17 in a location where they can be easily viewed and accessed. A list of potential loan 
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SS^^S^^T 10 - The te r p r ature shou,d be maintained at ^ST' 

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CURRICULUM VITAE 
STEVEN WEINTRAUB 

Art Preservation Services 

315 East 89th Street 




EMPLOYMENT 



New York, New York 10128 

Tel: (212)722-6300 
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October 1988 - Present 



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LECTURING & 
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July 1986 - October 1988 

£ii c ssr rocesses ' scienii,ic Research p '°°™- <*« 

January 1975 - June 1986 

Objects Conservation Department, Metropolitan Museum of Art 



1976 
1975 
1970 



M e A rtif S e J n Conservati °n. NYU, Conservation Center, NY 
MA (Art History) NYU, Institute of Fine Arts NY 
B.A Colgate University, NY. 



Numerous presentations at professional organizations 

ZfnTJ A f T ican ,nstitute f or Conservation and the American 
Association of Museums 

rrfl U rl PartiCip 1 ati0n as principal instructor for environmental and 
preservation workshops 



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PROFESSIONAL 
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for ANSI/nIsO f^f a TnZ%° rgmiZat{0n " Member of the committee 
Star Spangled Banner - Member of the Technical Advisory Committee 



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PUBLICATIONS 

(Partial) 



Weintraub, S. "Louis Kahn & the Art of Light" Kimbell Art Museum Calendar 
(September 2002). ~ 

Weintraub, S. Goldberg, L. "Health and Safety News (Indicator Silica Gel)" AIC 
News Vol. 26, No. 1 , (January 2001 ). 

Weintraub, S. "The Color of White: Is There a "Preferred" Color Temperature for 
the Exhibition of Works of Art?" WAAC Newsletter . Vol. 21, No. 3, (September 
2000). 

Weintraub, S. "Revisiting the RH Battlefield: Analysis of Risk and Cost" WAAC 
Newsletter . Vol. 18, No. 3, (September 1996). 

Weintraub, S., Blankenbaker, E. and Klinger, J. "The United States Holocaust 
Memorial Museum: Preserving History Against All Odds?" WAAC Newsletter . Vol 
1 6, No. 3, (September 1 994) 1 6. 

Weintraub, S. & Anson, G. "Natural Light: An Asset or a Threat?" Progressive 
Architecture . (May 1990)49-54. 



Color temperature and visual perception 
Optimized silica gel systems for passive RH control 
Exhibition case leakage evaluation and protocols 
Museum specific environmental monitoring equipment 



RESEARCH & 
DEVELOPMENT 

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RECENT 
PROJECTS 

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American Museum of Natural History 

Amon Carter Museum 

Ellis Island (National Park Service) 

Museum of New Mexico 

National Gallery of Art 

National Museum of the American Indian 

Star-Spangled Banner Project 

(National Museum of American History) 

Tennessee State Museum 

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum 

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Fenella G. 
France Ph.D 

MBACurrent 
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Previous Positions 



Qualifications 



October 2001 - Present 
Art Preservation Services 

SdStion enHSt ' Pr ° JeCt Mana96ment & 

a D cr,fe and C0OTdina,e Conse ™«» «* environmental research 

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Star-Spangled Banner Project, NMAH, Washington DC. 
Sep 1998 -Mar 2001 
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Research Scientist 

' ^Tlw ^ Stat ! ° f the deteriora tion of the S-SB [1 8 13] - the 30 x 
42 flag that ,nsp,red the American National Anthem 

mrilXlth e er ,nati ° n °f ° PtimUm ^ P™™*°* needs, 
integrated with environmental requirements and issues. 

Jan 1997 - Sep 1998 

University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand 

Research & International Postgraduate Degrees Manager 

• Management of Ph.D, Medical and other Higher Degrees 

. ro S T Ex T lnatl ° n Pr0Cedure & Po1 ^ Development 

• Collaboration wrth University Board of Graduate Studfes 

Jan 1994 -Jan 1997 

University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

Textile Science Lecturer & Research Fellow 

Research Projects Included: 

• Mao ri Heritage Research (1 995) The Photo-degradation of Flax 

•Consumer Institute, NZ (1996) Assessment of Paper Towels 

NZ - Chma Research Collaboration (1 997) Analyzing Deer ZZ. 



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Multi-Disciplinary Background 

Multi-disciplinary experience including: textile science, law, commerce, business ethics, 
communication, information systems, clothing and general design and fitness management. 
This broad range of exposure has reinforced my awareness that the key to research coordination is 
to combine an overall perspective of a project with an ability to incorporate relevant cross- 
disciplinary concepts. 



Publications / Presentations 

France, F.G., Thomassen-Krauss, S., Nunez, A. and Manner, W.N. Analysis of Soiling and Trace 
Contaminants of the Star-Spangled Banner North American Textile Conservation Conference 
Preprints, Philadelphia PA & Winterthur DE, (April 2002) 153-168. 

France, F.G. "The Fabric of Flags" (Presenter), Fourth Annual Flag Symposium - Flag Making in 

the Early Republic, Baltimore, MD, (31 March 2001) http://www.nava.org/baltimore200 1 .htm 

France, F.G. Final Internal Report, Star Spangled Banner Project, National Museum of American 
History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. February (2001). 

France, F.G. Internal Interim Reports No. 1-5, Star Spangled Banner Project, National Museum of 
American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (1999-2001). 

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France, F.G, "The Star Spangled Banner Project - Utilization of Science in Conservation", United 

States Department of Agriculture, Eastern Regional Research Center, Wyndmoor, PA, (September 
2000). 

France, F.G. "Integration of Science with Conservation - Preserving our Heritage; the Star Spangled 
Banner" (Presenter), American Women in Science, Philadelphia, PA, (April 2000). 

France, F.G. & Weatherall, I.L. Final Recommendation Report, Star Spangled Banner Project, 
National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (October 
1999). 

France, F.G. & Weatherall, I.L. Internal Interim Reports No. 1-5, Star Spangled Banner Project, 
National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (1998-1999). 

France, F.G. & Weatherall, I.L. "Light induced crosslinking of wool" Proceedings of the 3 rd Asian 
Textile Conference (1995): vol. II, 892-896. 

France, F.G. & Weatherall, I.L. "The effect of light on wool" Proceedings of the 9 th International 
Wool Textile Research Conference, Biella (1995): vol II, 100-108. 

France, F.G. The Effect of Light on Wool Fibres, Ph.D Thesis, University of Otago, (1995): 253p. 

France, F.G. & Weatherall, I.L. "Torsional Properties of wool fibres" Proceedings of the 9 th 
International Wool Textile Research Conference, Christchurch, WRONZ (1990): 609-618. 

France, F.G. The Torsional Properties of Wool Fibres, M.CApSc Thesis, University of Otago, (1989): 
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Port Authority WTC Artifact Preservation Project 
Re: Issues & Concerns for the Last Column 

Of all the objects preserved from the WTC site, the last column removed from Ground Zero is one 
of the most unique and memorable artifacts, and one that requires special consideration This 
column was at the center of world attention when the recovery effort officially was brought to a 
close and the column was ceremoniously removed. It became more than just a recovered object- 
it transformed into a symbol. Unlike other salvaged artifacts that carry the scars of 9/1 1 this' ' 
object is about the weeks and months after 9/11, where rescuers and workers at the site 
expressed themselves by writing their names and feelings, or by hanging photographs or placing 
flowers on the column. As such, the thoughts and emotions of those who wrote on the column or 
taped up photographs must be preserved. Unlike the other salvaged columns, where the 

o r b P e°cte anCe ' S ° Vera " ° bJeCt ' the Uniqueness of this column is the Sraffiti and attached paper 

In spite of the size and solidity of this column, the graffiti covered surface and attached paper 
objects are extremely fragile, and are likely to be irreparably damaged if not properly protected 
The following comments address immediate procedures for how to preserve the surface and 
fragile objects. Listed first and foremost are concerns regarding how the column should be 
handled and displayed. 

EXHIBITING THE LAST COLUMN WITHIN THE NEAR FUTURE 

Given the present condition of the column's surface, physical handling will inevitably result in 
some level of damage to the surface. Already, there is damage to the surface, some from the time 
of exposure on site after workers wrote on the column, and some from the move to JFK Althouqh 
the people involved in the move were very careful, it was almost impossible to avoid some level of 
damage in the process of handling and transporting the column to JFK. Even to move the column 
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To reduce risk of damage in the future when the column is moved, a number of steps must be 
taken. 

• All attached materials such as pictures and posters must be removed, and a system must 
be devised for their temporary reattachment (either of original materials or reproductions - 
further described below). 

• All loose areas of paint will require some measure of consolidation. 

• Locations where the column will be handled must be carefully determined so that surface 
abrasion from support elements will not damage critical or "at risk" surfaces. 

When the column is moved specifically for the purpose of being placed on exhibition, there is a 
question of how it will be supported. Is it enough to exhibit it flat or must it be exhibited vertically? 
If so, some type of support must be designed to handle the weight and stabilize a column 
weighing over 60 tons. The nature of attachment is complicated by the fact that there is an 
enormous amount of graffiti at the base of the column. 

All these provisions to prepare the column for exhibition will take a substantial amount of time and 
expense. It is unlikely that all this work can be carried out within the short span of 2-3 weeks. The 
issue of preparing the column for exhibition is further complicated by the possible need to 
decontaminate it. It will be impossible to determine how to do some of the surface conservation 
work until it is determined that the column requires decontamination. 

FUTURE CONDITIONS OF EXHIBITION 



Much of the graffiti markings and the attached paper and decals are susceptible to damage from 
water, light, extreme or rapid changes in temperature, extreme humidity conditions, etc. Some 
attached objects such as color photocopies or laser prints already show extensive damage from 
light. Some of the painted areas were applied to rusted surfaces or on parts of the rust protective 
paint layer and are starting to detach from the base metal (see attached photographs). These 
types of damage will continue in an uncontrolled environment, whether indoors or outside, but 
most particularly, in an unprotected outdoor environment. Therefore, we strongly recommend that 
the column not be exhibited outdoors under any circumstance . 

Even when exhibited indoors, there is a concern about exposure to a high humidity environment 
and rust formation. Excessive exposure to light for an extended period of time is also a concern. 
Even if the. attached ephemera such as paper-based artifacts are removed and replaced with 
reproductions, some of the original writing on the column is probably made with light sensitive 
colors that will fade over time if exposed to a high level of light. 

Dirt deposited on the surface is a potential problem. Some of the spray paint may be slightly 
tacky, and will become more so if it gets hot, and will be a magnet for dirt. Discoloration from dirt, 
and damage resulting from dirt removal must be avoided. Another concern is security - protection 
against intentional damage or theft of attached objects, as well as unintentional damage from the 
public touching and thereby damaging painted surfaces. 

Prior to the redisplay of the column, all attached paper objects must be removed, rehoused, and a 
safer system of reattachment must be developed for them to be placed back on the column. If the 
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on the column in the future. At the time of removal, additional photo documentation will be 
required in addition to the existing photo record. A comprehensive and detailed record of 
all damaged surfaces must be photographed as part of a detailed conservation survey of 
the column. The conservator can take both types of conservation record photography. 

• Detailed photographs should be made of all the graffiti that can be used to track down 
some of the "authors" in order to record their verbal history in case this is of interest. If the 
existing photo record is not sufficiently clear, supplementary photography must be 
undertaken for this purpose. 

• It may be desirable to take high quality professional images of the column, since it is not 
recommended that the column itself be loaned or moved unnecessarily. These images 
could be used in lieu of the column to meet potential requests for the column's loan. 

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time that it is acquired or loaned. From both a historical and a liability perspective, this record 
allows us to track the condition of an object, and to ensure its long-term preservation and 
stability. Such a record is also essential as a preliminary step in the conservation treatment of 
an object. 

In general, the condition of the column must be carefully surveyed to understand the long-term 
preservation issues. For example, how well is the graffiti adhered to the column? How 
extensive are the soft powdery or rusted surfaces or painted layers that are at risk of 
detachment? These questions of condition have a special immediacy if the column will require 
decontamination or will be exhibited in a harsh indoor environment. The survey will require 
both solubility testing and an evaluation of the level of surface adhesion. 

REMOVAL OF PAPER BASED ARTIFACTS 

As previously discussed, all paper based objects and other added items should be removed 
while the column is in storage, and most especially, prior to any decontamination work. 
Otherwise, the risk of damage to these relatively fragile items is very great There are 
approximately 80 applied objects on all surfaces of the column. 

• At a minimum, remove all detachable photographs and paper items. The removal of 
these items cannot take place until their location is fully documented so that they can 
be relocated in exactly the same position in the future. 

• Make high-resolution duplicates of all removed items. Save one set of duplicates and 
the associated digital file as a reference for the future. Another set can be used as a 
replacement for the originals, depending on the context of how, where, and for how 
long the column may be placed on exhibition. 

• After removing all "ephemera", carefully survey their condition. Remove tape and other 
materials that will cause damage to the paper surface. Place the original materials in 
an environmentally controlled area, separate from the column. 

• Design a method for redisplaying either the original materials or the duplicates on the 
column in a manner that replicates the original appearance. "Original" is a relative term 
and some level of curatorial interpretation is required. For example, were most of the I 
pictures applied with wire or tape as a spontaneous act, and was the application of 

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duct tape and protective plastic applied later to protect them? If so, which part of the 
history should be recaptured when the column is placed on public display? 

• A method for exhibiting the removed artifacts must take into account the likelihood that 
they may, at times, be reattached to the column and be exhibited in a poorly controlled 
environment. 

• The method of attachment of these objects to the column must allow for their easy 
removal and reattachment without damage either to the column surface or to the 
artifact. 

• A number of the paper-based objects already show extensive fading from light. At the 
very least, there should be some selectivity in terms of what may be reattached to the 
column for display and when to use reproductions. 

CONCLUSION 

We understand that there will be ceremonies throughout the country, and especially at Ground 
Zero, on September 11, 2002. Rather than subjecting this column to further damage by placing it 
on immediate display, a possible alternative would be to create a full-scale photomontage of the 
column that can be used as part of the Memorial Ceremony. Not only would it be more feasible 
then preparing the column in the short period of time remaining, but also it would ensure the 
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IMMEDIATE RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING THE LAST COLUMN 

The surface of the Last Column is covered with an extensive amount of graffiti Much of it was 
Sh to^^ 8 * Protective paint layer that is lifting off the surface, or was lp ied direc y to the 

ma' kers" Ot er T^allt T™' S °™ 7 * e SignatUreS and Witin 9 were'done wSagic 
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f the column is cleaned, either through power washing or through hand washing there will be 
further damage to the column inscriptions. Specifically something as iSKrT 
mscr.pt.on on the side of the column will be damaged because it is written ^ a soft poorlv 

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n^ZZluT °\T nSWe 3SbeSt0S contamination. Must it be decontam X° Where I "the 
problem? What must be removed - and how should it be removed? If there is no comoenino 
reason to decontaminate this column given its singular importance is ^SeLaryT5acei 
un.que surface at such risk? For these reasons, we recommend the following T 

• Pre-testing prior to cleaning must be carried out to determine whether this column 

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one tested It ,Si? ° f ned " S a Sma " trace amount of asbes *°s fiber sufficient on 
one tested area sufficient to requ.re a total decontamination procedure? It is important to 
know what procedure will be used to evaluate the problem important to 

• If the tests confirm that there is some level of contamination that warrants a 
decontamination procedure, it is critical to know in advance precisely what 
decontamination method will be used. Knowing the selected method will allow us to 
evaluate the procedure to ensure that it will not endanger anything on the Zmn There 
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^ SECTION B: Objects Stored Off Site 

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B-2000: Building Materials 
B-3000: Building Components 
B-4000: Vehicles 














B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 
B-6000: Miscellaneous 
B-7000: Select Miscellaneous Debris 

B-8000: Random Miscellaneous Steel: Originally held for the 

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C-1000: WTC Public Art Collection 

C-200Q; Private Art Collection (not included w/ this draft) 
C-3000: Post September 11 th Art (not included w/ this draft) 

SECTION D: Objects Memorialized by Salvage/Rescue Crews 

D-1000: Memorials Constructed On Site 

SECTION E: Photographic Archive (not included w/ this draft) 

E-1000: Still Photography - Pre September 11 th 
E-2000: Still Photography - September 11 th 
E-3000: Still Photography - Post September 11 
E-4000: Video - Pre September 11 th 
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E-6000: Video - Post September 11 th 
E-7000: Miscellaneous Print 

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F-2000: Business (not included w/ this draft) 

F-3000: Miscellaneous social representation 

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B-1008 

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B-1010 

B-1011 

B-1012 

B-1013 

B-1014 

B-1015 

B-1016 

B-1017 

B-1018 

B-1019 

B-1020 

B-1021 

B-1022 

B-1023 

B-1024 

B-1025 

B-1026 

B-1027 

B-1028 

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Steel Spandrel (part) 

Steel Spandrel (part) 

Steel Column (part) 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Part of Structural Triad (part) 

Steel Column 

Steel Box Beam 

Steel Box Column 

Steel Column 

Steel Box Beam 

Steel Box Beam 

Steel Box Beam 

Steel Box Beam 

Steel Column 

Exterior Column with Spandrel 

Steel Box Column 

Built up Steel Box Beam 

Steel Column 

Steel Column 

Steel l-Beam 

Structural Triad 

Prefabricated Exterior Wall 
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Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

Steel l-Beam 

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8ft.Lx6ft.Wx9in.H 
7ft.Lx4ft.6in.Wx2ft.H 
35ft.L x 8ft. W x 2ft.H 

20ft.Lx8ft.Wx5ft.H 

20ft.Lx4ft.Wx4ft.H 

20ft.Lx3ft.Wx3ft.H 

12ft.Lx7ft.Wx2ft.H 

22ft.Lx4ft.Wx5ft.H 

12ft.Lx5ft.Wx2ft.6in.H 
14ft.L x 5ft. W x 4ft.H 

14ft.Lx2ft.6in.Wx3ft.4in.H 
10ft.Lx2ft.6in.Wx3ft.4in.H 
10ft.Lx2ft.6in.Wx3ft.4in.H 
10ft.Lx2ft.6in.Wx3ft.4in.H 
20ft.L x 4ft.6in.W x 2ft.H 

16ft.Lx7ft..Wx2ft.H 

10ft.Lx2ft.6in.Wx3ft.4in.H 
8ft.L x 3ft. W x 3ft.4in.H 

24ft.Lx3ft.Wx7ft.H 
24ft.Lx3ft.Wx 5ft. H 
12ft.Lx12ft.Wx2ft.H 
50ft.Lx11ft.Wx3ft.H 
32ft.Lx10ft.Wx2ft.H 



14ft.Lx1ft.6in.Wx2ft.H 

14ft.Lx3ft.Wx1ft.2in.H 

20ft.Lx2ft.Wx1ft.2in.H 

10ft.Lx2ft.11in.Wx1ft.6in.H 

17ft.Lx2ft.Wx1ft.2in.H 

19ft.Lx3ft.Wx2ft.H 

16ft.Lx2ft.Wx4ft.H 

26ft.Lx5ft.Wx2ft.H 

12ft.Lx2ft.4in.Wx1ft.6in.H 

20ft.Lx2ft.10in.Wx1ft.6in.H 

14ft.Lx4ft.Wx3ft.H 

11ft.Lx2ft.Wx2ft.H 

20ft.Lx4ft.Wx4ft.H 

9ft.Lx2ft.9in.Wx1ft.H 



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Recommend^tionsfor ^°"^"f«on-- Decontamination Categories shall be defined as: 

I n f , ^CONTAMINATION: remove contaminants by standard methods 

* Detailed photography followed by FULL DECONTAMINATION 

3 CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION: See Catalog for details 

4 Detailed photography followed by CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION 

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B-1039 
B-1040 
B-1041 
B-1042 
B-1043 
B-1 044 
B-1045 
B-1 046 



Steel l-Beam 

Structural Steel Beam 

Steel Plate 

Steel Plate 

Prefabricated Ext. Wall Module 

Prefabricated Ext. Wall Module 

Structural Steel Beam 

Prefab. Ext. Wall Module (PART) 



SECTION B: Objects Stored Off Site 
B-2000: Building Materials 



Catalog 
Number 



Item 



B-2001 



B-2002 



B-2003 



B-2004 



B-2006 



B-2007 



B-2008 



B-2009 



B-2010 



B-2011 



B-2012 



Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
(17) Grey %" Granite Planks, 
Long box containing Misc. pieces 
of Marble 

Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 

(10) Grey %" Granite Planks, 

Misc. pieces of Travertine, 

(4) Grey %" Granite Slabs 

Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 

Box of Misc. Pieces of Broken 

Travertine Slabs 

Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 

Misc. Pieces of Travertine Slab 

and Counter Tops 

Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 

(14) Grey 3 / 4 "Granite Slabs 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
(24) Grey %" Granite Planks 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
Grey Marble Door Saddles, 
(8) Red 1 -^"Granite Slabs 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 

(15) Black 1-Vi"Granite Slabs 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
(4) Red 5" thick Granite Stone 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
(18±) Pink 1- 1 / 4 "Granite Slabs 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
(6+-) Grey %" Granite Slabs, 
(8) 1- 1 /»"Granite Slabs 



14ft.Lx5ft.Wx4ft.H 

12ft.Lx5ft.Wx3ft.H 

7ft.Lx5ft.Wx4ft.H 

8ft.Lx3ft.Wx5ft.H 

35ft.Lx11ft.Wx2ft.H 

45ft.Lx11ft.Wx2ft.H 

5ft.Lx2ft.Wx2ft.H 

15ft.Lx2ft.Wx2ft.H 



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volume required for storage) 
5ft.Lx4ft. Wx2ft.H 



Decon. 
Category 



1 



5ft.L x 4ft. Wx 12ft. H 



1 



5ft. L x 4ft. W x 2ft. H 



1 



5ft.Lx4ft. Wx 1ft.H 



1 



5ft.Lx4ft. Wx2ft.H 



5ft.Lx4ft. Wx1ft.6in.H 



5ft.Lx4ft. Wx2ft.H 



1 



1 



5ft.Lx4ft. Wx1ft.6in.H 



5ft.Lx4ft. Wx1ft.H 



5ft.L x 4ft. W x 2ft.H 
5ft.Lx4ft. Wx1ft.6in.H 



1 



1 



1 



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Recommendations for Decontamination: Decontamination Categories shall be defined as: 

1 FULL DECONTAMINATION: remove contaminants by standard methods 

2 Detailed photography followed by FULL DECONTAMINATION 

3 CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION: See Catalog for details. 

4 Detailed photography followed by CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION 

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B-2014 



B-2015 



B-2016 



B-2017 



B-2018 



B-2019 



B-2020 



B-2021 
B-2022 



B-2023 



B-2101 



Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
Miscellaneous Travertine Pieces 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette- 
Grey & Red 1- 1 /4"Granite Slabs 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
Grey Granite, Travertine, Grey 
Marble— Miscellaneous Sizes 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
Grey Marble and Travertine— 
Misc. Sizes and Thickness 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
Grey Marble and Travertine— 
Misc. Sizes and Thickness 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
Grey, Pink and Red Granite- 
Miscellaneous Sizes 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette- 
(12) Pink 1-y 4 " Granite Slabs' 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
V* Travertine Planks Misc 
Widths and 72in.L 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
(9±) %" Travertine Planks 
Misc. Stone on wood Palette: 
(12) Grey Marble Saddles— 
60in.L 

Grey 1-%" Marble Slab 

5 Grey 1- 1 / 4 " Marble Slabs 

(2) Plastic Planters Full of Misc 

Travertine 

Aluminum Cladding— (40±) 
Pieces 

*NOTE: Due to the inaccessibility 
of each individual item catalog 
numbers B-2101 through B-2200 
have been reserved for all 
miscellaneous aluminum 
cladding. Items will be individually 
numbered after decontamination 



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5ft.L x 4ft. W x 2ft.H 
8ft.L x 4ft. Wx1ft.6in.H 



8ft.Lx4ft. Wx1ft.6in.H 



8ft.Lx4ft. Wx1ft.6in.H 



5ft.Lx4ft. WxIft.H 



5ft.Lx4ft. Wx2ft.H 
6ft.L x 3ft. Wx1ft.6in.H 



8ft.Lx4ft.Wx1ft.6in.H 
8ft.L x 4ft. VV x 2ft.H 



5ft.Lx4ft. Wx2ft.H 



15ft.Lx8ft.Wx6ft.H 






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SECTION B: Objects Stored Off Site 
B-3000: Building Components 



Catalog 
Number 



Item 



B-3001 

B-3002 

B-3003 

B-3004 

B-3005 

B-3006 

B-3007 

B-3008 

B-3009 

B-3010 

B-3011 

B-3012 

B-3013 

B-3014 

B-3015 

B-3016 

B-3017 

B-3101 

B-3102 

B-3103 

B-3104 

B-3105 

B-3106 

B-3107 

B-3108 

B-3109 

B-3110 

B-3111 

B-3151 

B-3152 

B-3153 

B-3154 

B-3155 

B-3176 

B-3177 

B-3178 

B-3201 

B-3202 

B-3203 

B-3204 



North Tower Antenna 
North Tower Antenna 
North Tower Antenna 
North Tower Antenna 
North Tower Antenna 
North Tower Antenna 
North Tower Antenna 

North Tower Antenna 

North Tower Antenna • 

North Tower Antenna 

North Tower Antenna 

North Tower Antenna 

North Tower Antenna 

North Tower Antenna 

North Tower Antenna 

North Tower Antenna 

North Tower Antenna 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Motor 

Elevator Cab Floor Platform 

Flag Pole 

Flag Pole 

Flag Pole 

Flag Pole 

Flag Pole 

PATH Station Turn style 

PATH Station Turn style 

PATH Station Turn style 

Subway Sign— Cortland WTC 

Signage "PATH to New Jersey" 

Signage "Morgan Stanley" 

Signage "5 World Trade Center" 



Dimensions (illustrates max 

volume required for storage) 

30ft.Lx3ft. Dia. 

14ft.Lx3ft. Dia. 

25ftLx5ft.Wx5ft.H 

18ftLx5ft.Wx3ft.H 

18ftLx5ft.Wx2ft.H 

10ftLx10ft.Wx6ft.H 

15ftLx10ft.Wx 10ft.H 

22ft.L x 3ft. Dia. 

15ftLx7ft.Wx3ft.H 

15ftLx4ft.Wx3ft.H 

25ftLx6ft.Wx7ft.H 

10ftLx8ft.Wx7ft.H 

12ft.Lx2ft. Dia. 

14ftL x 8ft.W x 2ft.H 

8ftLx6ft.Wx2ft.H 

14ft.Lx3ft. Dia. 

20ft.L x 3ft. Dia. 

8ft. L x 5ft. Dia. 

3t.Lx1t.6in. Dia. 

8ft.Lx5ft. Dia 

3ft.Lx1ft.6in. Dia 
5ft. L x 3ft. Dia 
4ft. L x 2ft. Dia 
6ft. L x 4ft. Dia 
6ft.Lx5ft. Dia 

6ft.Lx4ft. Dia 
6ft.L x 5ft. Dia 
7ftL x 5ft. W x 3ft. H 
60ft.L x 1ft. Dia 
60ft.Lx1ft. Dia 
60ft.Lx1ft. Dia 
60ft.Lx1ft. Dia 
60ft.Lx1ft. Dia 
5ftLx3ft.Wx4ft.H 
5ftLx3ft.Wx4ft.H 
5ftL x 3ft.W x 4ft.H 
5ftL x 5ft. W x 7ft. H 
10ft.Lx1ft.6in.Wx1in.H 
10ft.Lx1ft.6in.Wx1in.H 
10ft.Lx1ft.6in.Wx1in.H 



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1 FULL DECONTAMINATION: remove contaminants by standard methods 

2 Detailed photography followed by FULL DECONTAMINATION 

3 CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION: See Catalog for details. 

4 Detailed photography followed by CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION 

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12ftLx4ft.Wx2ft.H 
12ftLx4ft.Wx2ft.H 
12ftLx4ft.Wx2ft.H 
12ftLx4ft.Wx2ft.H 
8ftL x 5ft.W x 3ft.H 
12ftLx4ft.Wx2ft.H 
9ftLx1ft.Wx1ft.H 
20ftL x 5ft. W x 4ft.H 

1.5ftLx1.5ft.Wx3in.H 
1.5ftLx1.5ft.Wx3in.H 
5ft. Diameter 
5ftL x 2ft.W x 2ft.H 
5ftLx2ft.Wx2ft.H 
5ftLx2ft.Wx2ft.H 
5ftLx2ft.Wx2ft.H 
Metals 3ftLx3ft.Wx5ft.H 



B-3205 


Signage 


B-3206 


Signage 


B-3207 


Signage 


B-3208 


Signage 


B-3209 


Signage 


B-3210 


Signage 


B-3211 


Signage 


B-3212 


Signage 


B-3213 


Signage 


B-3214 


Signage 


B-3501 


Pre-cast Planter 


B-3502 


Pre-cast Bench 


B-3503 


Pre-cast Bench 


B-3504 


Pre-cast Bench 


B-3505 


Pre-cast Bench 


B-3506 


Wood Create / Misc. 



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B-4000: Vehicles 



Catalog 
Number 



Item 






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B-4001 

B-4002 

B-4003 

B-4004 

B-4005 

B-4006 

B-4007 

B-4008 

B-4009 

B-4010 

B-4011 

B-4012 

B-4013 

B-4014 

B-4015 

B-4016 

B-4017 

B-4018 

B-401 9 

B-4020 

B-4021 



PATH Train Car #745 

PATH Train Car #143 

Motorcycle 

FDNY Ambulance 

PAPD CAD Pool Car #52320 

PAPD K-9 Unit Car #53470 

Civilian Car 

Civilian Car 

Civilian Car 

NYC Taxi #6L95 

FDNY Vehicle 

FDNY #9S99004 

FDNY Ladder Truck— Fort Pitt 

FDNY Ladder Truck 

Fire Truck Ladder 

Sheet Metal— Part of Fire Truck 

Front Axle of FDNY Truck 

FDNY Squad Car 

FDNY Truck #21 

Car— Office of Chief Medical 

Examiner 

PAPD Van 



Dimensions (illustrates max. 

volume required for storage) 

45ft.Lx9ft.Wx14ft.H 

45ft.Lx9ft.Wx14ft.H 

8ft.Lx3ft.Wx2ft.H 

8ft.Lx10ft.Wx9ft.H 

15ft.Lx8ft.Wx9ft.H 

12ft.Lx6ft.Wx5ft.H 

12ft.Lx6ft.Wx3ft.H 

10ft.Lx6ft.Wx4ft.H 

13ft.Lx7ft.Wx3ft.H 

16ft.Lx7ft.Wx5ft.H 

1 8ft.L x 8ft. W x 6ft.H 

16ft.Lx7ft.Wx5ft.H 

40ft.Lx8ft.Wx10ft.H 

36ft.Lx10ft.Wx12ft.H 

26ft.L x 5ft.W x 5ft.H 

7ft.Lx6ft.Wx4ft.H 

11ft.Lx6ft.Wx4ft.H 

26ft.Lx8ft.Wx1 Oft. H 

26ft.Lx8ft.Wx10ft.H 

18ft.Lx8ft.Wx7ft.H 

18ft.Lx7ft.Wx7ft.H 



Decon. 
Category 



5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 



Recommendations for Decontamination: Decon. Categories shall be defined as: 

1 FULL DECONTAMINATION: remove contaminants by standard methods 

2 Detailed photography followed by FULL DECONTAMINATION 

3 CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION: See Catalog for details. 

4 Detailed photography followed by CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION 

5 FRAGILE: REQUIRES SPECIAL CARE AND HANDELING. See Catalog for details. 



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B-4022 


PAPD Car 


18ft.Lx7ft.Wx5ft.H 


5 


B-4023 


PAPD Car 


18ft.Lx7ft.Wx5ft.H 


5 


B-4024 


PAPD Car— Unmarked 


18ft.Lx7ft.Wx5ft.H 


5 


B-4025 


PAPD Car— Unmarked 


18ft.Lx7ft.Wx5ft.H 


5 


B-4026 


PAPD Car— Unmarked 


16ft.Lx7ft.Wx5ft.H 


5 


B-4027 


PAPD Car #53500 


16ft.Lx6ft.Wx7ft.H 


5 


B-4028 


Civilian Car 


13ft.Lx6ft.Wx6ft.H 


5 


B-4029 


PAPD #53850 


12ft.Lx6ft.Wx6ft.H 


5 


B-4030 


Power Generator 


6ft. L x 3ft. W x 4ft. H 


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SECTION B: Objects Stored Off Site 
B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Catalog 

Number 

B-5001 

B-5002 

B-5003 

B-5004 

B-5005 

B-5006 

B-5007 

B-5008 

B-5009 

B-5010 

B-5011 

B-5012 

B-5013 

B-5014 

B-5015 

B-5016 

B-5017 

B-5018 

B-5019 

B-5020 

B-5021 

B-5022 

B-5023 



Item 

Structural Triad 
Structural Triad 
Structural Triad 
Exterior Column with 
Exterior Column with 
Exterior Column with 
Exterior Column with 
Exterior Column with 
Exterior Column with 
Exterior Column with 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Structural Triad 

Exterior Column with 

Exterior Column with 



Spandrel 
Spandrel 
Spandrel 
Spandrel 
Spandrel 
Spandrel 
Spandrel 



Spandrel 
Spandrel 



Dimensions (illustrates max 

volume required for storage) 

45ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

45ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

50ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

50ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.4in.H 

50ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.4in.H 

55ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.4in.H 

55ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.4in.H 

55ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.4in.H 

42ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

48ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.4in.H 

45ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.4in.H 

40ft.Lx11ft.Wx3ft.H 

40ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

48ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

50ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

40ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

28ft.Lx11ft.Wx3ft.H 

28ft.Lx11ft.Wx3ft.H 

26ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

35ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

44ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

26ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 

26ft.Lx10ft.Wx3ft.H 



Decon. 

Category' 

3 

3 

3 

3 

1 

3 

3 

3 

3 

1 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

1 

1 

1 

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Recommendations for Decontamination: Decon. Categories shall be defined as: 

1 - FULL DECONTAMINATION: remove contaminants by standard methods 

2 Detailed photography followed by FULL DECONTAMINATION 

3 CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION: See Catalog for details. 

4 Detailed photography followed by CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION 

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B-5025 

B-5026 

B-5027 

B-5028 

B-5029 

B-5030 

B-5031 



Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Steel Column 
Structural Triad 
Structural Triad 

Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Structural Triad 
Steel Column 
Steel Column 



SECTION B: Objects Stored Off Site 
B-6000: Miscellaneous 



Catalog 
Number 



B-6001 
B-6002 



B-6101 



B-6151 
B-6152 



B-6201 
B-6201 

B-6226 
B-6227 
B-6228 

B-6501 
B-6502 
B-6503 



Item 



Reinforced Concrete Column 
Reinforced Concrete Column 
from Parking Garage 

Processed Steel with Concrete 
(15±) Pieces 

*NOTE: Due to the inaccessibility 
of each individual item catalog 
numbers B-6101 through B-6150 
have been reserved for all such 
pieces. Items will be individually 
numbered after decontamination. 

Steel Exterior Column Section- 
part of 61 52 

Processed Steel Ext. and Int. Col 
Sections— 30+-Pieces 

Composite 
Composite 

Steel Track 
Steel Track 
Steel Track 

Steel Re-Bar 
Flattened Steel Pipe 
Pipe— loin. Dia. 



20ft. L x 

20H.L x 
20ft.L x 
14ft.L x 
22ft. L x 
12ft.Lx 
30ft. L x 
21ft.Lx 



10ft.Wx3ft.H 
14ft.Wx3ft.H 
6ft. W x 3ft.H 

11ft.Wx3ft.H 

10ft.Wx3ft.H 

8ft.Wx3ft.H 

3ft.Wx2ft.6in.H 

2ft.6in.Wx3ft.H 



Dimensions (illustrates max 
volume required for storag e) 
t8ftXx2ft^v72ftlT~~^ 
14ft.Lx3ft.Wx3ft.H 



Batch: 25ft.L x 14ft.W x 4ft.H 



4ft.Lx1ft.6in.Wx1ft.6in.H 
Batch: 30ft.Lx 10ft. Wx 5ft. H 



10ft. Dia. X4ft.H 
10ft.Lx6ft.Wx5ft.H 

9ft.Lx4ft.Wx3ft.H 
4ft.Lx5ft.Wx1ft.H 
10ft.Lx7ft.Wx6ft.H 

5ft:Lx4ft..Wx1ft.6in.H 
16ft.Lx4ft.Wx1ft.6in.H 
10ft.Lx7ft.Wx6ft.H 



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SECTION B: Objects Stored Off Site 
B-7000: Select Miscellaneous Debris 

Catalog Item Dimensions (illustrates max. Decon. 

Number volume required for storage) Categ ory 

B-7001 Select Miscellaneous Debris: 20ft. L x 8ft. W x 6ft H 5 

*NOTE: Due to the delicate 

nature of these items and the 

manner in which they are 

grouped tagging each individual 

item is not possible at this time. 

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required at a later date catalog 

numbers B-7001 through B-7999 

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Number ___ volume required for storage) Category* M 

B-8001 Miscellaneous Steel Debris: Undetermined At This Time 1 

*NOTE: Due to the inaccessibility 

of each individual item catalog 

numbers B-8001 through B-9999 

have been reserved for all 

miscellaneous steel that was 

originally being held for the 

Mayors Office. Items will be 

individually numbered during the 

decontamination process. It is 

doubtful that Hanger 17 will have 

enough space to house these 

objects. 











Recommendations for Decontamination: Decon, Categories shall be defined as: 

1 FULL DECONTAMINATION: remove contaminants by standard methods 

2 Detailed photography followed by FULL DECONTAMINATION 

3 CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION. See Catalog for details. 

4 Detailed photography followed by CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION 

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SECTION C: Commissioned Fine Art Objects 
C-1000: WTC Public Art Collection 



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Number 
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C-1002 



C-1003 



C-1004 



C-1005 



C-1006 



C-1007 



C-1008 



C-1009 



C-1010 



C-1011 



Item 



Koenig "Sphere" Cast Bronze 
Sculpture @ Battery Park 

Koenig "Sphere": Cast Bronze 
(part) 

Koenig "Sphere": Cast Bronze 
(part) 

Koenig "Sphere": Cast Bronze 
(part) 

Koenig "Sphere": Cast Bronze 
(part) 

Koenig "Sphere": Cast Bronze 
(part) 

Koenig "Sphere": Interior Steel 
frame (part) 

Koenig "Sphere": Interior Steel 
frame (part) 

Koenig "Sphere": Interior Steel 
frame (part) 

Koenig "Sphere": Interior Steel 
frame (part) 

Koenig "Sphere": Interior Steel 
frame (part) 



Dimensions (illustrates max 
volume required for storage) 



3ft.Lx 1ft.6in.Wx9in.H 

1ft.6in.Lx1ft.Wx1in.H 

3ft.Lx3ft.Wx9in.H 

5ft.Lx3ft.Wx9in.H 
2ft. Dia. x 4in.H 

3ft.Lx2ft.Wx6in.H 

4ft.Lx1ft.6in.Wx6in.H 

4ft.Lx1ft.6in.Wx6in.H 

1ft.6in.Lx9in.Wx6in.H 

9in.Lx9in.Wx6in.H 



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D-1000: Memorials Constructed on Site 



Catalog 

Number 

D-1001 

D-1002 

D-1101 



Item 



Light Pole Used as Flagpole 
Steel Angel 
Last Column 



Dimensions (illustrates max 
volume required for storag e) 
32ft. L 

18ft.Lx9ft.Wx6in.H 
45ft. L x 7ft. W x 3ft. H 



SECTION F: Social Content 
F-1000: Paper 




Catalog 

Number 
F-1001 



Item 



Wood Create / Misc. Pape 



Dimensions (illustrates max. 
volume required for storage) 
3ftLx3ft.Wx5ft.H 



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9 n •, DECONTAMINATION: remove contaminants by standard methods 

t Detailed photography followed by FULL DECONTAMINATION 

3 CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION: See Catalog for details 

4 Detailed photography followed by CONTROLLED DECONTAMINATION 



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SECTION F: Social Content 

F-3000: Miscellaneous Social Representation 



Catalog 
Number 



Item 



F-3001 
F-3002 



Bicycle Rack w/7 Bikes 
Bronze Memorial Plaque 



SECTION X: Temporary 

X-0000: Temporary Catalog Numbers 



Temp. 
Catalog 
Number 
X-0001 

X-0002 



Item 



Unknown Contents of Steel 
Waste Container 
Unknown Contents of Steel 
Shipping Container 



Dimensions (illustrates max 
volume required for storage) 
10ft.Lx5ft.Wx5ft.H 
30in. Lx20in. W x 2in H 



Dimensions (illustrates max 
volume required for storage) 



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Section B-1000: Structural Steel 



Item: Steel Column (part) 



Dimensions: 7ft.L x 4ft..6in.W x 2ft. H 




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Dimensions: 35ft.L x 8ft. W x 2ft.H 




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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

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Section B-1000: Structural Steel 



Item: Steel I Beam 



Dimensions: 20ft.L x 8ft.W x 5ft.H, Web=30in x1/2"in 
Flange=9in. x1/2in. 




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Decontamination Notes: 



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Section B-1000: Structural Steel 



Item: Steel Box Beam 
Dimensions: 22ft.L x 4ft.W x 5ft.H 




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Dimensions: 12ft L x 5ft. W x 2ft.6in.H 




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Dimensions: 8ft.L x 3ft. W x 3ft.4in.H 




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Decontamination Notes: 



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item: Steel Column 

Dimensions: 24ft.Lx3ft.Wx7ft.H 




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Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Steel l-Beam 



Dimensions: 20ft.L x2fl.10in.Wx 1ft.6in.H 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-1000: Structural Steel 



Item: Steel l-Beam 



Dimensions: 14ft.L x 4ft.Wx 3ft.H 




1035 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Steel l-Beam 



Dimensions: 1 1ft.L x 2ft. W x 2ft.H 




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Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Steel l-Beam 




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WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

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Dimensions: 12ft.L x 5ft. Wx 3ft.H 




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Section B-1000: Structural Steel 



Item: Steel Plate 



Dimensions: 7ft.L x 5ft. W x 4ft.H 




1041 



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Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Steel l-Beam 



Dimensions: 8ft.L x 3ft. W x 5ft,H 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-1000: Structural Steel 



Item: Prefabricated exterior wall module: 2 WTC 
between 43 & 46 floors 

Dimensions: 35ft.L x 1 1ft.W x 2ft. H 




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Decontamination Category: 1 




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Section B-1000: Structural Steel 



Item: Steel Beam 



Dimensions: 5ft.L x 2ft.W x 2ft.H 




1045 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Prefabricated exterior wall module (PART) 
Dimensions: 15ft.L x 2ft. W x 2ft. H 




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consideration of debris associated with this object. 



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team to discus possible methods for consolidation 
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ft. L x 4ft. W x 2ft. H 




2001 



(1 7) Grey 3 / 4 " Granite Planks, 

Long box containing Misc. pieces of Marble 



Decontamination Notes 




Decontamination Category: 1 



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Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ft. L x 4ft. W x 12ft.H 




(10) Grey W Granite Planks, 
Misc. pieces of Travertine, 
(4) Grey V* Granite Slabs 




2002 



Decontamination Notes: 







Decontamination Category: 1 





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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 1h STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 






Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 



Dimensions: 5ft.L x 4ft W x 2ft.H 




2003 




Salvaged material 

Box of Misc. Pieces of Broken Travertine Slabs 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 









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Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 



Dimensions: Palette: 5ft. L x 4ft. W x 1ft.H 




2004 





Salvaged material 

Misc. Pieces of Travertine Slab and Counter Tops 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 











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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 lh STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 






Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ft.L x 4ft. W x 1ft.6in.H 




2005 



(14) Grey 3 / 4 "Granite Slabs 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ft.L x 4ft. W x 2ft. H 




2006 



(14) Grey 3 / 4 "Granite Slabs 



Decontamination Notes: 




Decontamination Category: 1 



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WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 lh STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 



Dimensions: Palette: 5ft. L x 4ft. W x 1ft.6in.H 



(24) Grey %" Granite Planks 




2007 



Decontamination Notes: 




Decontamination Category; 1 



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8/7/02 



Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 



Dimensions: Palette: 5ft L x 4ft. W x 2ft.H 



Grey Marble Door Saddles, 
(8) Red l-y/Granite Slabs 




2008 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 



Dimensions: Palette: 5ft.L x 4ft. W x 1ft.6in.H 



(15) Black 1-y 4 "Granite Slabs 




2009 



Decontamination Notes: 




Decontamination Category: 1 



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Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ft. L x 4ft. W x 1ft.H 



(4) Red 5" thick Granite Stone 




2010 



Decontamination Notes: 




Decontamination Category: 1 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ft.L x 4ft. Wx 2ft. H 



(18+) Pink 1- 1 //Granite Slabs 




2011 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 







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Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ftL x 4ft. W x 1ft.6in.H 




2012 



(6+-) Grey 3 / 4 " Granite Slabs, 
(8)1- 1 /4"GraniteSlabs 



Decontamination Notes: 



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Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ft. L x 4ft. W x 2ft.H 




2013 



Miscellaneous Travertine Pieces 



Decontamination Notes: 




Decontamination Category: 1 



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8/7/02 



Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ft.L x 4ft. W x 2ft. H 




2014 



Grey & Red 1-%"Granite Slabs 



Decontamination Notes: 




Decontamination Category: 1 



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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 







B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 



Dimensions: Palette: 8ft.L x 4ft. W x 1ft.6in.H 



Grey Granite, Travertine, Grey Marble 
Miscellaneous Sizes 




201 




Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 

Dimensions: Palette: 8ft.L x 4ft. W x 1ft.6in.H 

Grey Marble and Travertine — Misc. Sizes and 
Thickness 




2016 



Decontamination Notes: 




Decontamination Category: 1 



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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 lh STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 






Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 8ft. L x 4ft.Wx 1ft.6in.H 



Grey Marble and Travertine— Misc. Sizes and 
Thickness 




2017 



Decontamination Notes: 



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8/7/02 



Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 5ft.Lx4ft.Wx 1ft.H 




2018 



Grey, Pink and Red Granite— Miscellaneous Sizes 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 lh STREET NY, NY 1001 8 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 



Dimensions: Palette: 5ft. L x 4ft. Wx 2ft. H 




2019 



(12) Pink 1-%" Granite Slabs 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 6ft. L x 3ft.Wx 1ft.6in.H 




Va" Travertine Planks Misc. Widths and 72in.L 



Decontamination Notes: 




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Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 8ft. L x 4ft. W x iftJin.H 




2021 



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Decontamination Notes: 




Decontamination Category: 1 



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Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: Misc. Stone on wood Palette 
Dimensions: Palette: 8ft.L x 4ft. W x 2ftH 



Salvaged material 

(12) Grey Marble Saddles— 60in.L 

Grey 1- 1 / 4 " Marble Slab 

5 Grey 1-14" Marble Slabs 




Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 ,h STREET NY, NY 10018 Tet. 212. 302. 6464 






Section B-2000: Building Materials 



Item: (2) Plastic Planters Full of Misc. Travertine 



Dimensions: 5ft. L x 4ft. W x 2ft. H 




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(2) Plastic Planters Full of Misc. Travertine 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 









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Item: Aluminum Cladding 
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Dimensions: 15ft.Lx8ftWx6ft.H 




NOTE: Due to the inaccessibility of each individual 
item catalog numbers B-2101 through B-2200 have 
been reserved for all miscellaneous aluminum 
cladding. Items will be individually numbered after 
decontamination. 



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Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38* STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 30ft.L x 3ft. Dia. 




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miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 



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Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
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Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 14ft.Lx 3ft. Dia. 



*NOTE; Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 



Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 1 001 8 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 







Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 



Dimensions: 25ft.L x 5ft. x 5ft. H 




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miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 




Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 










Decontamination Category: 1 



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Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 



Dimensions: 18ft.L x 5ft. x 3ft. H 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 




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Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38» STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 18ft.L x 5ft. x 2ft. H 




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miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination 



Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous-pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 



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Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 10ft.Lx 10ft. x 6ft. H 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination 



Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



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Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 1 5ft.L x1 Oft. Wx 1 0ft. H 




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miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous-pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 





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Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 22ft. L x 3ft. Dia, 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTIJRF 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE SE ' N A FUTURE 

Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 21 2. 302. 6464 




















Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 15ft.L x 7ft W x 3ft. H 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 



Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
misceffaneous- pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 15ft.L x 4ft. W x 3ft. H 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 





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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

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Item: North Tower Antenna 



Dimensions: 25ft.L x 6ft. W x 7ft. H 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 



Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 




Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 



Dimensions: 10ft.Lx 8ftWx7ft.H 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 



Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate ail 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38* STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 12ft.Lx 2ft.Dia. 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 



Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 




Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 14ft.Lx 8ft.Wx2ft.H 




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*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 



Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 






Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: North Tower Antenna 



Dimensions: 8ft.L x 6ft. W x 2ft. H 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 




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Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Dimensions: 14ft. Lx 3ft.Dia. 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination. 

Decontamination Notes: 
Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous pieces of metal including; copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris. 



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Prepared by: 

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Section B-3000: Building Components 



item: North Tower Antenna 
Dimensions: 20ft.L x 3ft.Dia. 



*NOTE: Due to inaccessibility there are several 
miscellaneous pieces of the antenna not yet included 
in this inventory. These pieces are scattered in and 
around the inventoried antenna pieces. These 
objects shall be inventoried after decontamination 




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Decontamination Notes^ " 

Contractor should collect and decontaminate all 
miscellaneous-pieces of metal including- copper 
tubing and other miscellaneous debris 



Decontamination Category: 1 



Section B-3000: Building Component 

Item: Elevator Motor 



Dimensions: 8ft. L x 5ft. Dia 



Brass rods intact 



Decontamination Notes 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 







Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Elevator Motor 



Dimensions: 6ft. L x 4ft. Dia 




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Decontamination Notes: 












Decontamination Category: 1 



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Item: Elevator Motor 



Dimensions: 8ft.L x 5ft. Dia 




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Decontamination Notes: 



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Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item; Elevator Motor 



Dimensions: 3ft.L x 1ft.6in.Dia. 




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Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Elevator Motor 
Dimensions: 5ft.L x 3ft. Dia. 



Brass rods intact 




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Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category; 1 




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Item: Elevator Motor 



Dimensions: 4ft. L x 2ft.Dia. 




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Dimensions: 6ft. L x 4ft.Dia. 



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Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 ,h STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Elevator Motor 
Dimensions: 6ft.L x 5ft.Dia. 




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Brass rods have been removed 



Decontamination Notes 




Decontamination Category: 1 



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Item: Elevator Motor 
Dimensions: 6ft.L x 4ft.Dia. 



Brass rods have been removed 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 






Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Elevator Motor 



Dimensions; 6ft. L x 5ft.Dia. 



Brass rods have been removed 



Decontamination Notes 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Elevator Cab Floor Platform 



Dimensions: 7ft.L x 5ft. x 3ft.H 



Decontamination Notes: 

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Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 ,h STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Flag Poles from Church Street 
Dimensions: 60ft.L x Ift.Dia. 




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Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 



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Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Flag Poles from Church Street 
Dimensions: 60ft.L x Ift.Dia. 




Brass rods intact 



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Item: Flag Poles from Church Street 



Dimensions: 60ft.L x Ift.Dia. 








Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 



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Item: Flag Poles from Church Street 
Dimensions: 60ft.Lx Ift.Dia, 






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Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 



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WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

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Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Flag Poles from Church Street 
Dimensions: 60ft.L x Ift.Dia. 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 



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Item: PATH Station Turn Style 
Dimensions: Sft.L x 3ft. x 4ft. H 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 



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VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: PATH Station Turn Style 
Dimensions: 5ft.L x 3ft. x 4ft. H 




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Item: PATH Station Turn Style 
Dimensions: 5ft. L x 3ft. x 4ft. H 




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Decontamination Notes: 



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VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 ,h STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Signage: "Subway 1 and 9" "Cortland Street" 
"World Trade Center Station" 

Dimensions: 5ft.L x 5ft. W x 7ft. H 




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Decontamination Category: 1 



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Item: Signage: "PATH to New Jersey" 
Dimensions: 10ftLx1ft.6in.Wx 1in.H 




Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 

Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Signage: "Morgan Stanley" 



Dimensions: 10ft.L x 1ft.6in.Wx 1in.H 




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Decontamination Notes 



Decontamination Category: 1 







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Item; Signage: "5 World Trade Center" 



Dimensions: 10fLL x 1ft.6in.W x 1in.H 




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Decontamination Category: 1 




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Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38'* STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Signage: "The Mall at The World Trade Center" 
Dimensions: 12ft.L x 4ft. x 2ft. H 



Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of paper debris associated with this 
object. 



Decontamination Notes: , 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for consolidation 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 4 




Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Signage: content of sign unknown at this time 
Dimensions: 12ft.L x 4ft. x 2ft. H 



Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of paper debris (if found) associated 
with this object. 




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Decontamination Notes: " 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for consolidation 
and preservation of debris prior to any action 



Decontamination Category: 4 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 







Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Signage: content of sign unknown at this time 
Dimensions: 12ft.L x 4ft. x 2ft. H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of paper debris (if found) associated 
with this object. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor- please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for consolidation 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 4 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Signage: content of sign unknown at this time 



Dimensions: 12ft.L x 4ft. x 2ft. H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of paper debris (if found) associated 
with this object. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for consolidation 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 




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Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHiTECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY. NY 1001 8 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Signage: "5 World Trade Center PATH" 
Dimensions: 8ft.L x 5ft. x 3ft. H 




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Item: Signage: "7 World Trade Center" "World 
Financial Center" 

Dimensions: 12ft.L x 4ft. x 2ft. H 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Signage: Bicycle parking regulations mounted 
to post 

Dimensions: 9ft L x 1ft. x 1ft. H 



Decontamination Notes: 




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Item: Signage: content of sign unknown at this time 



Dimensions: 20ft.L x 5ft. x 4ft. H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of paper debris (if found) associated 
with this object. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for consolidation 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 4 




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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38" 1 STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Signage: the letter "D", part of Krispy Kream 
"DOUGHNUTS" (returned to owner) 



Dimensions: 1 .5ft.L x 1 .5ft. W x 3in. H 




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Item: Signage: the letter "S", part of Krispy Kream 
"DOUGHNUTS" (returned to owner) 

Dimensions: 1.5ft.L x 1.5ft.W x 3in. H 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 



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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by; 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 






Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Pre-cast Concrete Planter 



Dimensions: 5ft. Diameter x 2ft. H 




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Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 















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Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Pre-cast Concrete Bench 



Dimensions: 5ft. L x 2ft. W x 2ft. H 







Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 









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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared' by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38* STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Pre-cast Concrete Bench 
Dimensions: 5ft. L x 2ft. W x 2ft. H 




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Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Pre-cast Concrete Bench 
Dimensions: 5ft. L x 2ft. W x 2ft. H 




Decontamination Category: 1 



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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 







Section B-3000: Building Components 



Item: Pre-cast Concrete Bench 



Dimensions: 5ft. L x 2ft. W x 2ft. H 




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Item: Wood Create Containing Miscellaneous Metals 
(removed from the Koenig "Sphere" during 
decontamination) 

Dimensions: 3ft. L x 3ft. W x 5ft. H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of contents. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 















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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Path Train Car #745 
Dimensions: 45ft.L x 9ft. W x 14ft.H 




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Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: ~~ 

Contractor pfeawr consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 



Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Path Train Car #143 
Dimensions: 45ft.L x 9ft. W x 14ft. H 




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Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: ~~ 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 






Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Motorcycle 



Dimensions: 8ft. L x 3ft. W x 2ft.H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 





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Item: FDNY Ambulance 



Dimensions: 8ft.L x 10ft.W x 9ft.H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 




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Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 











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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER 1 ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38< h STREET NY, NY 1 0018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: PAPD CAD Pool Car #52320 
Dimensions: 15ft.L x 8ft. W x 6ft.H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team tcrdiscus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: PAPD K-9 Unit Car #53470 
Dimensions: 12ft.L x 6ft. W x 5ft.H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: " 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by; 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Car 



Dimensions: 12ft.L x 6ft. W x 3ft. H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 




Decontamination Category: 5 



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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Civilian Car 



Dimensions: 10ft.L x 6ft. W x 4ft.H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact 






Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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Item: Civilian Car 



Dimensions: 1 3ft.L x 7ft. W x 3ft.H 




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Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: " ~ 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
leant to discus possible- methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 




Decontamination Category: 5 



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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: NYC Taxi #6L95 
Dimensions: 16ft.Lx7ft.Wx5ft.H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 




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WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



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Item; FDNY Vehicle 



Dimensions: 1 8ft.L x 8ft. W x 6ft.H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: FDNY #9S99004 



Dimensions: 16ft.L x 7ft. W x 5ft.H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: FDNY Ladder Truck - Fort Pitt 
Dimensions: 40ft.L x 8ft. W x 10ft.H 




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Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action 



Decontamination Category: 5 





Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: FDNY Ladder Truck 



Dimensions: 36ft.Lx 10ft.Wx 12ft.H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 




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Decontamination Notes: — ~— 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER &. ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 ,h STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Fire Truck Ladder 



Dimensions: 26ft.L X 5ft.W x 5ft. H 




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consideration of this artifact. 



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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Sheet Metal - Part of Fire Truck 



Dimensions: 7ft.L x 6ft.W x 4ft. H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38* STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Front Axle of FDNY Truck 
Dimensions: 1 1ft.L x 6ft. W x 4ft.H 




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Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
tea^p.-to^djscus possible- methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



item: FDNY Squad Car (Iced Tea in Cooler) 
Dimensions: 26ft.L x 8ft. W x 10ft. H 




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Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: ,. 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY 5 NY 1 001 8 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: FDNY Truck #21 



Dimensions: 26ft.L x 8ft. W x 10ft.H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Car - Office of Chief Medical Examiner 



Dimensions: 18ft.L x 8ft.Wx 7ft.H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCH.TECTS, PC 246 WEST 38* STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: PAPD Van 



Dimensions: 16ft.L x 7ft W x 7ft.H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: " " 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to di^cu^ possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category; 5 




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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: PAPD Car 

Dimensions: 8ft.L x 7ft.W x 5ft.H 



Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 




Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 1 001 8 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: PAPD Car 



Dimensions: 8ft.L x 7ft. W x 5ft. H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 




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Item: PAPD Car- Unmarked 



Dimensions: 8ft L x 7ft. W x 5ft- H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 





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Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCH.TECTS, PC 246 WEST 38* STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: PAPD Car- Unmarked 
Dimensions: 8ft.L x 7ft. W x 5ft. H 




Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: " " 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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Item: Car- PAPD Unmarked 
Dimensions: 16ft.L x 7ft. W x 5ft. H 




* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: " 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action 





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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 ,h STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 






Section B-4000: Vehicles 



item: PAPD #53500 



Dimensions: 16ftL x 6ft. W x 7ft. H 



* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 




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Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 








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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Civilian Car 



Dimensions: 13fLLx 6ft.Wx 6ft. H 




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* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to discus possible methods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 









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WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE UbE IN A FUTURE 

Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38* STREET NY, NY 1 001 8 Tel. 21 2. 302. 6464 






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Item: PAPD #53850 
Dimensions: 12ft.L x 6ft. W x 5ft.H 




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Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. 



Decontamination Notes: 

Contractor please consult Architect and Conservation 
team to,discus..pQs.siblamathods for decontamination 
and preservation of debris prior to any action. 



Decontamination Category: 5 




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Section B-4000: Vehicles 



Item: Power Generator left by Secret Service 
Dimensions: 6ft. L x 3ft. W x 4ft.H 




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Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANSER . ASSOCKTES ARCHHECTS. PC 246 WEST 38' STREET NY . NY , 0018 T .,. ^ „ „_, 



Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Structural Triad 
Dimensions: 45ft.L x 1 0ft.W x 3ft.H 




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Decontamination Notes: 



After detailed photography preserve in place all steel 
straps, aluminum cladding parts, spray fireproofing 
misc. rubble and debris 



Decontamination Category: 3 




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Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Structural Triad 
Dimensions: 45ft. L x 10W x 3ft.H 




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Decontamination Notes: 



After detailed photography preserve in place all steel 
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 




Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Structural Triad 



Dimensions: 50ft.L x 10ft.W x 3ft.H 




5003 



Decontamination Notes: 

After detailed-photography preserve in place all 
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Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 50ft.L x 10ft.Wx 3ft.4in.H 




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decontamination. 

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rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved ' 

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Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 50ft.L x 10ft.W x 3ft.4in.H 





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Decontamination Notes: 



Remove all loose" items only as required for 
decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals 
rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved ' 
separately. K 



Decontamination Category: 2 



Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 55ft. L x 10ft.W x 3fUin.H 



Decontamination Notes: 



Remove all loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved ' 

separately. 



Decontamination Category: 2 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
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Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 55ft.L x 10ftW x 3ft.4in.H 



Decontamination Notes: 

Remove ali idose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals, 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved 

separately. 



Decontamination Category: 2 




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Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 55ft. L x 1 0ft.W x 3ft.4in.H 



Decontamination Notes: 

Remove all loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals, 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved 

separately. 



Decontamination Category: 2 




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Prepared by: 

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Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 42ft. L x 1 0ft. W x 3ft.H 



Decontamination Notes: 



Remove ail' iodse items only as required for 
decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals 
rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved ' 
separately. 



Decontamination Category: 2 




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Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 48ft.Lx 10ft. x 3ft.4in.H 




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Remove all loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

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rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved ' 

separately. 



Decontamination Category: 2 







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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 







Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Structural Triad 

Dimensions; 45ft.L x 1 0ft.W x 3ft.4in.H 




501 







Decontamination Notes: 

Remove all loose items. only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals, 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved 

separately. 



Decontamination Category: 2 





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Item: Structural Triad 
Dimensions: 40ft.L x 1 1ft.W x 3ft.H 




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Decontamination Notes: 

Remove all loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals, 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved 

separately. 




Decontamination Category: 2 



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Prepared by: 

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Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Structural Triad 
Dimensions: 40ft.L x 1 0ft. W x 3ft.H 




5013 



Decontamination Notes: 



Remove all loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved ' 

separately. 



Decontamination Category: 2 




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Item: Structural Triad 
Dimensions: 48ft.L x 10ft.W x 3ft.H 




5014 



Decontamination Notes: 



Remove all loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved ' 

separately. 



Decontamination Category: 2 




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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

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Item: Structural Triad 



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rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved 

separately. 




Decontamination Category: 2 



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Item: Structural Triad 



Dimensions: 40ft.L x 10ft.W x 3ft. H 




5016 



Decontamination Notes: 

Remove all loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals, 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved 

separately. 




Decontamination Category: 2 



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Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Structural Triad 
Dimensions: 28ft.L x 1 1ft. W x 3ft. H 




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Item: Structural Triad ' 

Dimensions: 28ft.L x 1 1ft. W x 3fLH 




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Prepared by: 

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Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item; Structural Triad 



Dimensions; 26ft.L x 10ft.W x 3ft.H 




5019 









Decontamination Notes; 

Remove all loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

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rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved 

separately. 








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Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Structural Triad 



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Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38* STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 



Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: StructuralTriad 



Dimensions: 44ft. L x 10ftW x 3ft. H 




5021 






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Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 26ft L x 10ft.Wx 3ft.H 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 

B: Objects Stored Off Site 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 







Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 26ft.L x 10ft.W x 3ft. H 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 



Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 20ft.L x 10ft.W x 3ft H 



Decontamination Notes: 



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Item: Structural Triad 
Dimensions: 14ft.L x 1 1ft. W x 3ftH 



Decontamination Notes: 

Remove aif loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals, 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved 

separately. 




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Item: Exterior Column with Spandrel 
Dimensions: 22ft.L x 10ft. W x 3ft.H 




Decontamination Notes: 














Decontamination Category: 1 



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Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Structural Triad 
Dimensions: 12ft.L x 8ft. W x 3ft.H 




5029 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Steel Column 



Dimensions: 30ft.L x 3ft. W x 2ft.6in.H 




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Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 







Section B-5000: North Tower Curtain Wall 



Item: Steel Column 



Dimensions: 21ft.L x 2ft.6in.W x 3ft. H 




5031 



Decontamination Notes: 

Remove all loose items only as required for 

decontamination. 

All removed items including misc. steel and metals, 

rubble and debris shall be itemized and preserved 

separately. 



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Prepared by: 

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Section B-6000: Miscellaneous 



Item: Reinforced Concrete Column 
Dimensions: 18ft.L x 2ft. W x 2ft.H 




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Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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Item: Rein. Concrete Column From Parking Garage 
Dimensions: 14ft.L x 3ft. Wx 3ft. H 




6002 



Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 1 




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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

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Item: Processed Steel with Concrete: 1 5(±) 
Dimensions: Area: 25ft.L x 14ft.W x 4ft. H 




*NOTE: Due to the inaccessibility of each individual 
item catalog numbers B-6101 through B-6150 have 
been reserved for all such pieces. Items will be 
individually numbered after decontamination. 



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Decontamination Notes: 











Decontamination Category: 1 



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Item: Processed Steel: Exterior Column Section 
Dimensions: 4ft. L x 1ft.6in.W x 1ft.6in,H 




*NOTE: Due to the inaccessibility of each individual 
item catalog numbers B-6151 through B-6200 have 
been reserved for all such pieces. Items will be 
individually numbered after decontamination. 



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Dimensions: Area: 30ft.L x IQft.W x 5ft. H 




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been reserved for all such pieces. Items will be 
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Decontamination Notes: 



Decontamination Category: 



Section B-6000: Miscellaneous 



Item: Composite ("meteor") 
Dimensions: 10ft.Dia. x4ft.H 



NOTE: This item is extremely FRAGILE. Handle~wlth 

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specifications. Item shall be secured to palette for all 
future transportation 



Decontamination Notes: 

* Architect and Conservation Team request special 
consideration of this artifact. Contractor please 
consult Architect and Conservation team to discus 
possible methods for decontamination and 
preservation of debris prior to any action 



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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SALVAGE OF OBJECTS FOR USE IN A FUTURE 
WORLD TRADE CENTER ARCHIVE 
Section B: Objects Stored Off Site 

Prepared by: 

VOORSANGER & ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, PC 246 WEST 38 th STREET NY, NY 10018 Tel. 212. 302. 6464 







Section B-6000: Miscellaneous 



Item: Composite ("meteor") 



Dimensions: 10ft.L x 6ft. W x 5ft H 



*NOTE: This item is extremely FRAGILE. Handle with 

care. 

Contractor to construct palette per Architects 

specifications. Item shall be secured to palette for all 

future transportation 



Decontamination Notes: 

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consideration of this artifact. Contractor please 
consult Architect and Conservation team to discus 
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Item: Steel Track 

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Section B-8000: Random Miscellaneous Steel: 
Originally held for the Mayors Office 

Item: Miscellaneous Steel Debris 

Dimensions: Undetermined At This Time 



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Item: Light Pole Used as Flagpole 



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Section F-3000: Misc. Social Representation 



Item: Bronze Memorial Plaque 
Dimensions: 30in.L x 20in.W x 2in.H 



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The south/east side of hanger 17 provides approximately 80,000 square 
feet of open storage space in, the former, aircraft bay. In addition to this 
open area there is approximately 4,000 square feet available at the 
north/east end of the hanger. This area was once a maintenance shop and 
locker room. 

The attached layout proposes that the maintenance shop is converted into 
a Small Artifact Storage facility. Due to the delicate nature of some smaller 
artifacts, they will require a higher level of security and possibly a more 
stable climate controlled environment. The preparation of this space will 
require clean up and refurbishment of existing light fixtures. Construction of 
interior partitions, storage racks, and climate control equipment may also 
be required for proper storage and care of the artifacts. This space has 
direct landside access through existing leaf and roll up overhead doors. In 
addition there is direct access, through existing doors, to existing loading 
dock and the primary storage area (the former aircraft bay). The primary 
storage area will house the majority of the archive. Currently existing in the 
storage area is a 6,200 SF decontamination facility, which will remain 
indefinitely, and an existing 800 SF office, also to remain. With minimal 
preparation this existing office has the potential to be used for future 
operation of the archive. The remaining available storage area for large 
artifacts is 72,000 SF. The storage area has direct airside access to the 
airfield through existing hanger and roll up overhead doors. There is also 
direct access through existing roll up overhead doors to the buildings 
central circulation corridor and to the proposed Small Artifact Storage 
facility. All doors will require lock replacement to ensure security of the 
Archive. 

Through discussions with the contractor, who will do the actual moving, 
placement of the artifacts has been carefully planned to allow the required 
circulation passage for trucks or fork-lift. By dividing the space into storage 
"zones" and providing main circulation arteries we minimize the number of 
artifacts required to be moved to gain access to an artifact in the back of 
any zone. With this circulation space provided, in order to fit everything into 
the area, it is necessary to stack some artifacts. The artifacts selected to 
be stacked will be from the B-5000 series; North Tower curtain wall. 

Illustrated on the following pages are the proposed circulation layout, the 
proposed artifact layout and diagrams of each zone and which artifacts, 
listed by catalog number, are located within it. 



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